Ranbir Kapoor’s niece Samara takes over his films’ set, pictures inside
Ranbir Kapoor is currently preparing for his upcoming fantasy trilogy, Brahmastra, that co-stars his lady-love, Alia Bhatt. The film was supposed to hit the big screens in December this year. However, the makers pushed it to the summer of 2020, citing ‘VFX and sound’ as the reason. Some, on the other hand, reported that it was delayed to avoid a clash with Salman Khan’s Dabangg 3. Well, his film might have been postponed but that doesn’t stop the Kapoor lad from making it to the headlines. On Tuesday, some pictures of him along with his darling niece Samara surfaced on social media and they are too cute for words.
In a series of pictures shared by his sister Riddhima on her Instagram story, we could see mamu Ranbir turning mentor for Samara, as he taught her the magic of lens. While Samara appeared to be awestruck by the grandeur of his films’ set, Kapoor, too, was excited to have his little niece by his side. From the looks of it, we are assuming that the pictures are from Ranbir’s Brahmastra. The Barfi actor hasn’t officially stepped into the world of social media, but his family members make it a point to keep fans updated.
Have a look at the pictures of Samara along with Ranbir Kapoor here:
In the past, Alia confessed that she and Ranbir don’t mix their relationship with their professional lives, she said, “We don’t take our relationship to the set. Ranbir and I are both very similar in our attitude to our profession. When we are on the set, we are there to work. And our approach to our work is very relaxed. We have no method or process as such. We both go into a scene instinctively. We do our shots, we talk, we eat… but otherwise, we both like to be left to ourselves when we are working. I think there’s a certain amount of space that all actors require on the sets. It was the same with Ranveer Singh during the shooting of Gully Boy.”
Brahmastra, being helmed by Ayan Mukerji, also stars Amitabh Bachchan, Nagarjuna and Mouni Roy in pivotal roles.